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It would help if you told us what is in your machine so we don't have to try to use our limited telepathy skills.

But you're tripping the OCP more than likely.
Not overheat, overcurrent.

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Haha whats up anubis? I secretly started folding again ph34r-smiley.gif
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Haha whats up anubis? I secretly started folding again ph34r-smiley.gif

Not much, another day in paradise.  Nice, I am folding on too much gear right now, z9, 7970, 780, and a 670.  I think my wife is going to kill me when we get the power bill for this month, haha.

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Anyone here that plays Skyrim? I notice a LOT of stutter on a single 7950 with the 13.8 beta 2's and I can see the frame time counter bouncing between 16.7ms vsync and 2000.00ms which is the max the chart shows.

One the best ways for me to get rid of stutter was to disable Skyrim's vsync and use Radeon Pro's dynamic vsync... soooo much better. Seems the vsync they use in the game sucks. This is with a 3570K @ 4.8Ghz and 7950 with vram usage of 2.8GB.
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Selling my heatkiller gpu blocks. They are he nickel models, 2 of them. Also have back plates. PM me if interested

Oh man, thats tempting. I want to wait for what 9000 brings before I water cool though.
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One the best ways for me to get rid of stutter was to disable Skyrim's vsync and use Radeon Pro's dynamic vsync... soooo much better. Seems the vsync they use in the game sucks. This is with a 3570K @ 4.8Ghz and 7950 with vram usage of 2.8GB.

Yeah, unfortunately SKSE and RadeonPro don't get along, the game will just crash instantly.
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Not much, another day in paradise. Nice, I am folding on too much gear right now, z9, 7970, 780, and a 670. I think my wife is going to kill me when we get the power bill for this month, haha.

Yeah thats a lot of powah.
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Originally Posted by Scorpion49 View Post

It would help if you told us what is in your machine so we don't have to try to use our limited telepathy skills.

But you're tripping the OCP more than likely.
Not overheat, overcurrent.


specs were in the youtube video, although I can't blame you for watching it embeded.

I'll update my sig with my system anyways. How could it be my psu if I can run furmark and prime95 at the same time for 2 hours without any problems???

In the windows log it says the display driver crashed I think. This happens regardless of what drivers or clock speeds I use.
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specs were in the youtube video, although I can't blame you for watching it embeded.

I'll update my sig with my system anyways. How could it be my psu if I can run furmark and prime95 at the same time for 2 hours without any problems???

In the windows log it says the display driver crashed I think. This happens regardless of what drivers or clock speeds I use.

Furmark and P95 don't provide transient loads. If you have a spare PSU I would try that first. Also check your VRM and Northbridge temps on your board. How is airflow in your case?
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Furmark and P95 don't provide transient loads. If you have a spare PSU I would try that first. Also check your VRM and Northbridge temps on your board. How is airflow in your case?

My h100i is on the top of my case and intakes air to cool the vrms partially, and i've never seen my NB get hot even when doing ibt or prime95. I've also had the heaven/valley benchmark run for hours with and without prime95 in the background, it's not a game but there would be some transient load with that.

Airflow in my case is good, 2 120mm intake fans in the front, 1 120mm on the bottom, and a 140mm exhaust fan. It can't be overheating to my cpu/gpu.

I wish i had a spare psu or videocard, but i don't. I should add that this only happens with some modern games I have played, bioshock infinite and shogun 2 at times. Although i've put 12 hours into far cry 3 with no problems.
Edited by xSneak - 9/6/13 at 9:14am
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check the clocks.... im posting on behalf of someone. not bad for a card just put on water

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/1182823
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My h100i is on the top of my case and intakes air to cool the vrms partially, and i've never seen my NB get hot even when doing ibt or prime95. I've also had the heaven/valley benchmark run for hours with and without prime95 in the background, it's not a game but there would be some transient load with that.

Airflow in my case is good, 2 120mm intake fans in the front, 1 120mm on the bottom, and a 140mm exhaust fan. It can't be overheating to my cpu/gpu.

I wish i had a spare psu or videocard, but i don't. I should add that this only happens with some modern games I have played, bioshock infinite and shogun 2 at times. Although i've put 12 hours into far cry 3 with no problems.

Interesting, possibly a bad GPU then? Have you tried other slots on your motherboard? You could try updated drivers but I've never seen a driver crash shut a machine completely off, usually you just lose display at worst.
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